As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, Brampton's mayor is now demanding that big-box stores and factories close.\nMayor Patrick Brown opposed Ontario's shutdown on Twitter on Monday, arguing that the "same old approach isn't working." \nEditor's Choice: A Month-Long Stay-At-Home Order In Ontario Is Expected To Be Announced Today\n\nDon’t close elementary schools.Vaccinate educators.Close Amazon.Close Food Processing Plants.Close Busy Big Box Stores.Close Crowded Factories.And if our supply chain can’t handle it then vaccinate essential workers. Same old approach isn’t working.— Patrick Brown (@patrickbrownont) April 5, 2021\n\n \nAmazon, big-box stores and crowded factories are some of the locations that should shut their doors, said the mayor. \nHowever, he also said that if these spots need to remain open, because "our supply chain can't handle it," then essential workers should be prioritized for vaccinations. \nDespite wanting to shutter big-box stores, Brown has stated that schools should remain open.